September £9, 1919.
Dear Captain Moore:
Any enterprise which attempts fairly
and faithfully to spread before the country
the facts regarding the participation of
America In the World War. is entitled to all
the encouragement and approval it can receive
from any source. The photographs of the
Signal Corps arc available for purchase at
cost, of course, to any one who wishes to
secure then, but I am glad to know that you
are binding up a representative collection
of their, to illustrate the iiia^nltude and
effectiveness of the American military effort.
Newton D. Baker
Secretary of Wa
CAPTAIN MOORE served 15 months in France, where he was attached to General Headquarters of the American Expeditionary Forces as
officer in charge of the Pictorial History of the A. E. F. In this capacity
he directed the work, for the General Staff, of the Signal Corps Photographic
Captain Russell was detailed by the General Staff of the Army as censor
of all official photographs and motion pictures at the Army War College,
Washington, D. C.
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